Has anybody managed to fix the tire pressure monitor as a DIY project?
I've got a Roadster 2.5
Since this has failed on me three times in four years, and is now out of Warranty, I don't look forward to taking the car 50+ miles and paying the service center rates every 15 months.
Actually, if you include all the other things that break every 15 months, I'm taking this it in several times a year. More so than my Toyota or Acura. Under normal conditions, this would qualify under some states "automotive lemon law".
I am supposed to show off the car in two days at National Drive Electric Week. Now I get to show it off with fault lights all over the dashboard. Nice huh?
Anyway... end of rant.
If anyone can steer me toward a more effective solution, it would be appreciated.